Cohn, Dorota (Dreyzla)
- Born: May 19, 1822, Warsaw, Poland
- Marriage (1): Rubinstein, Maksymilian (Markus) on Dec 24, 1843 in Warsaw, Poland
She was married to Maksymilian (Markus) Rubinstein (b. circa 1818, Plo ck) on December 24, 1843 in Warsaw. Maksymilian Rubinstein was a so n of Rabbi Ezryel Rubinstein, and Laia Sottenberg (daughter of Szmul M aier Sottenberg and Malka, daughter of Eliezer). Dorota and her siste r Ewa were both involved in charitable societies for orphans in Warsaw .
Maksylmilian Rubinstein was a graduate of the Rabbinic School [Szkol a Rabinow] in Warsaw. He worked as a translator for the newspaper Gaz eta Warszawska (under the editor Krupski) and co-editor of the Kurye r Warszaawski (under the editor Dmowski) at the time of his marriage . He was the author of some original writings and translations publis hed in two volumes in 1841 under the title Pisma ulotne. Later he wa s a senior sworn agent for the Warsaw exchange and represented many fo reign insurance companies. He owned a house at number 2239 on Nalewk i Street. Between the years 1853 and 1861 he applied for the privileg e of "Favored Citizen" as Dawid Cohn had also done.
Maksymilian Rubinstein's mother married a second time on April 30, 182 7 in Warsaw. Her second husband was Jozef Glucksohn (son of Israel Le ybel Glucksohn and Szaindla daughter of Rafal). Jozef Glucksohn wa s a brother of Rafal Glucksohn who was Mathias Cohn's business parter.
Dorota married Maksymilian (Markus) Rubinstein, son of Rabbi Ezryel Rubinstein and Laia Sottenberg, on Dec 24, 1843 in Warsaw, Poland. (Maksymilian (Markus) Rubinstein was born about 1818 in Plock, Plock, Poland.)